4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you want a legal representative for any excuse, you should work closely with them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent these are, they're likely to need your help. Listed below are four important ways to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're planning to reveal directly to them. Privilege means everything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - most especially information one other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all the information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they have to help them to win. 3. Show Up Early For All Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, each time. The truth is, because you may need to discuss last minute details or even be extra prepared for the situation you're facing, it's a good idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any sort of crime, it's important so that you can prove to the court that you just both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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If You Had To Find An Appeals Attorney Online, What Would Your Search String Be.?
If You Were Looking For An Appeals Attorney, One That Does Criminal, Civil, Family Appeals How Would You Find One? Where Would You Look? What Would Your Search Sting Be?
I would go to Google, type the name of the state and the rest of the information. So something like: Idaho attorney appeals court family law
Then I would read through the information about the different attorneys who popped up and would go to the Bar Association webpage for that state to check them out.
How Do You Find A Free Or Low Cost Probate Attorney?
You may not need one....I think it depends on the state. I am not an attorney
When a family member died with a very small estate, I went to the probate office in my county. One of the clerks at the court checked out the paperwork and said we did not need to do anything in court....no attorney was required.
You should check with the probate court in your county and ask for help. If you find someone helpful (like I did) you may be able to settle the estate without an attorney. Alternatively, they may have some suggestions for attorneys in your area.
Hope this helps.
What Lawyers (Cooperate)?
What Top Five Lawyers Make The Most Money (How Much) And What Do They Do?
What'S A Cooperate Lawyer?
. What Do They Do
. What H.S. Classes Do I Have To Take To Become One
. How Much Money Do They Make
. Where Can They Make The Most Money
I Need An Answer Very Badly Tonight Please.
The top five highest paid coporate lawyers are:
1. Fred Bartlit Jr. - $6 million
2. Larry W. Sonsini - $5.4 million
3. Martin Lipton - $4.5 million
4. Herbert Wachtell - $4.5 million
5. Philip Beck - $4.5 million
Here is a link to a page that describes what each of these people do: http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2001/0514/1...
Corporate lawyers advise their clients or employers on their legal rights and obligations. As advocates, they may represent companies in both criminal and civil court cases.
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook this is job lawyers do:
Lawyers, also called attorneys, act as both advocates and advisors in our society. As advocates, they represent one of the parties in criminal and civil trials by presenting evidence and arguing in court to support their client. As advisors, lawyers counsel their clients about their legal rights and obligations and suggest particular courses of action in business and personal matters. Whether acting as an advocate or an advisor, all attorneys research the intent of laws and judicial decisions and apply the law to the specific circumstances faced by their clients.
Here are some tips for high school to prepare for law school:
Develop skills that will serve you well in a law school and your legal career, such as the ability to:
Write logically, clearly and concisely
Critically analyze problems
Clearly articulate a position on an issue\
Work well with a variety of people
Take advanced placement or honors level courses in the humanities.
Latin and philosophy classes will be useful.
Participate in extracurricular activities such as:
A debate team
Mock trial team
Seek out an internship or part-time job in a law office
Coporate lawyers make about $145,000 a year.
Lawyers who are partners in a law firm usually make more money than those with their own practice.
What Are The Steps In Filing For Bankruptcy?
I Want To File For Bankruptcy Next Year Through Legal Aid.
Unfortunately, in many areas Legal Aid does not handle bankruptcies. Of course you should make an appointment and review what they can offer you, but in many areas they are too swamped with other cases to be able to offer bankruptcy assistance.
At any rate, your first step is to find an attorney willing to represent you. There are profit-making companies that claim you do not need an attorney (or that claim they will be able to help you without your having to file bankruptcy) but most of these are rip-offs.
If you live anywhere near a law school that runs a legal clinic, you may be able to find representation there for your bankruptcy matter.
If nothing else, most bankruptcy attorneys offer one free appointment, and will usually set up a payment plan. They are aware that money is an issue for most - if not all - people who need to file bankruptcy.
Child Visitation Question..?
I Am The Non Custodial Parent Of A 6 Yr Old Girl. I Have Midweek Visitation Tue And Thu And Every Other Fri/Sat/Sun. I Have Never Missed A Child Support Payment. This Week My Daughter Has Been Ill With The Flu. My Ex Is Demanding That I Miss Work. I Am A Manager Of A Trucking Co About 100 Miles Away From Her And It Is Very Difficult To Just Leave On A Whim. She Is Threatening Me In Various Ways Such As Court And Denying My Visitation. Since She Is The Custodial Parent Is It Her Responsibility To Handle The Time Off When My Daughter Is Sick? Can She Deny Me Visitation Because My Daughter Is Sick?
A sick child shouldn't be taken out, but you could have offered to pay for a sitter her her. There are sick child centers that will watch them in most major cities.
If she gives you any problems with your visitation, here's what to do.
For 20 years I've worked with divorced and single fathers
Part of the problem with getting visitation enforced is knowing what to do to prove your case, and how to remind the judge of their responsibilities. Let me start with the judge.
Always take people with you to court who are not there to testify. Make sure they are sitting where the judge can see them, each equipped with a tablet and pen to take notes. It’s best to use a Court Watch Form designed for this purpose. I have one in the manual at Dads House.
If the judge is not doing his job, using the info from this form, he/her sanctioned and/or removed from the case. You file a complaint with the State Supreme Court at your state capital.
It’s most important that you keep a daily journal of all your activities. There does not need to be any violence for a claim of violence to be filed. She gets a restraining order because she fears him because she has been preventing him from seeing her child. A restraining order can be filed up to a year after a supposed even in most states. With the journal, you can look back and see what you were doing that day and who were witnesses to it, such as being 30 miles away, as was the case with one of my members. Please note that when the mother is unsuccessful in a false allegation og domestic violence, within two years she will progress to child abuse and child sexual abuse allegations.
Many think that all the courts are rigged against dads, but in reality, it is more about attorneys unwilling or lacking the knowledge to truly fight for the father's rights. This is why it is important to learn how to interview and hire the right attorney. It is also important to do as much of the leg work on your own and not pay the attorney to do it.
If you are being denied access, write her a letter notifying her of intent to exercise visitation rights on the specific date as laid out in your order. Make two copies, and sign all three. Mail two of them, one certified and one with Delivery Confirmation (75¢ + postage). If she rejects the one, she still receives the other. If the certified letter comes back, file it unopened. By use of an internet connection, you can print out the Confirmation of Delivery for the other letter.
When you show up, bring witnesses. Do not enter her place alone. If you can record, have someone video record from the car. Check the site below to see if it is illegal to record audio and/or video without the mother knowing. If her state does not have a law either way, than it defaults to the federal ruling, which says one person in a conversation, must know they are being recorded. THAT’S YOU!
In Missouri, it is specifically legal, while in Kansas there is no mention either way. With two different states, if one has a law against it, than you can record phone calls that originated in the state where it’s legal. If it’s legal in her state, than when she calls you, than you can record. I’ve heard of cases where the father lives just across the state line, crossing the state line than calling the mother on his cell phone and recording it.
Now, you can’t just record, you also have to transcribe the conversations your daily journal.
One complaint is that the kids won’t come, but that is likely to be a symptom of Parental Alienation Syndrome.
If you want to learn how to do all this, go to Dads House in Yahoo Groups. There is an educational manual in the file section that can teach you what you need to know. When you sign up, you will receive a link to download the manual in PDF format.
Take the time to learn what you can and should do.
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Now, if you want one way to make things less comfortable for her violating the court orders, get a bunch of friends to go picket her home and job. Stay on the public access, unless she works for the government. In those cases you can picket right up near the front door. It can be the most fun you ever had.
Any Lawyers, Pre-Law?Family Law/Child Custody Issue.. Please Read...Help,Expert Advice Only,Please Help Me..?
When My Son Was An Infant,There Was A Dna Test Done Because His Father Didnt Sign Papers Claiming Paternity. We Had To Go To The Child Support Office In The Courthouse Where A Woman Told Us That We Had To Do Custody 50/50,And That We Had To Make Up A Schedule Or The Courts Would Do It For Us. That Was Really All That Was Said.....? I Don'T Remember Signing Anything Agreeing To Anything Or Saying I Would Do Anything...And If I Did I Dont Have Any Paperwork Stating So. We Never Went In Front Of A Judge, No Paperwork Was Signed (If Any Is Usually Done). What Makes 50/50 Custody Legal? There Was Nothing Said About Joint Physical Custody,Joint Legal Custody And So On.....?What I'Ve Said Is Actually All That Was Said/Done About It, Is This Something Set In Stone..Legal? My Sons Father Is Mad At Me For Deciding To Collect Child Support For The First Time In 4 Years Now Saying I Cant Take Him To Texas In Feb. Can I Just Take Him?When He Has No Proof That He Is Even Supposed To Be With Him?Help
I would contact someone with the State Bar of Wisconsin. The State Bar of Wisconsin actually has a very good website regarding custody. You should research there, and if you have questions, contact the state directly and ask them your question. They should have people to help you. The State Bar's website answering your questions about custody is located here: